Presented by Triumph, British Customs, ICON 1000 and Raen Optics
GARDENA, CA – June 7, 2014 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – The Triumph X British Customs Iron Moto Challenge at Motoblot 2014 is just a week away, and as competitors prepare to throw down on the streets of Chicago, fans are invited to register to join in the action. In addition to voting on the Iron Moto Challenge builds on June 13th, all who register to vote will be entered into a drawing for a prize package provided by British Customs, ICON 1000 and Raen Optics.
The Iron Moto Challenge $4500 Fan Prize Package includes:
- $1500 Trip to Cabo provided by Raen Optics
- $1500 British Customs Package of choice
- $1500 ICON Motorsports apparel package
Click here to enter to win the Fan Prize Package
“Now more than ever before a custom Triumph is affordable and attainable,” Panther said. “Our aim is to encourage Triumph owners to head to their local Triumph dealer to get ideas, put together a BC parts package, or just talk shop. Johnny Scheff, Carl Peshof, Todd Ligman, Ken Rudoy – these guys are dynamic leaders in the industry and the success they’ve had with their dealerships is a testament to the vibrant Triumph culture that we all love.”
About the Triumph X British Customs Iron Moto Challenge at Motoblot 2014:
The four participating Triumph/British Customs dealers have been randomly assigned a stock Triumph Motorcycle and British Customs parts package to create their ideal custom. Johnny Scheff of MotoWorks Chicago, Carl Peshof of Northern Ohio Triumph, Todd Ligman Team Triumph of Wisconsin and Ken Rudoy of Windy City Triumph will lead their teams to prep their builds with paint, performance upgrades and other custom work prior to the Motoblot Show and Iron Moto Challenge showdown. The resulting “pre-builds” will be voted on by the general public on June 13th on the British Customs Facebook Page, and the people’s choice will weigh in towards the final scores. To see what kind of BC parts the builders might use on their creations, check out the British Customs myList.
The final builds will come to fruition live during the show on June 14th and the winner will be decided by a panel of judges comprised of custom influencers Julian Heppekausen of Deus Ex Machina, Brian Klock of Klock Werks Kustom Cycles, Kevin Dunworth of Loaded Gun Customs, and Christy Lee of All Girls Garage. The builds will be judged on their curb appeal, paint quality, and of course performance and hoonability! To learn more about this year’s Motoblot Show, including a complete event schedule, entry information, tickets and more, visit www.motoblot.com.
“It’s been an absolute joy working with the good folks at Triumph Motorcycles, ICON 1000, Raen Optics, and of course all of our judges,” said British Customs founder Jason Panther. “We’re excited to see what the builders come up with and we know the results will show Triumph owners that they too can work with their Triumph/British Customs dealer to customize their bike.”
To register to vote and to be entered into the prize package drawing visit http://a.pgtb.me/6bbSXR. Follow along and join in the hubbub on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter by using #ChicagoMachine. To see the latest offerings from British Customs, and see what this year’s builders might be using to create their customs, visit the British Customs myList or visit www.British-Customs.com.
BC DESIGN PHILOSOPHY
At British Customs our goal is simple: We design and innovate our products to enhance the rider’s relationship with their bike. Our products help riders make the bike their own, and give them yet another reason to ride. Our cornerstone values of performance, innovation, quality and comfort take center stage with every decision we make to deliver an uncompromising product for you, our customer. We embrace the notion that riders are driven to modify their motorcycles, whether it be for performance or aesthetics, out of a sense of individuality. Each modification contributes to a bike’s story, so we are constantly developing new products to ensure that every rider can create their own narrative. Motorcycles are viewed as blank canvases by their owners, and each modification is a brush stroke on their masterpiece.